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January 31, 2014
Ezra Stoller Photographs in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art has a current exhibition showing the work of Evans Woollen. Woollen is a local Indianapolis architect, whose work is displayed in photographs at Clowes Hall at Butler University. The location of the show is pertinent as Woollen designed Clowes Hall. The show uses photographs, including ones by Ezra Stoller, to explore the ethos and character of Woollen’s buildings.

The exhibition is open through February 15. More information is at the Indymoca website.

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